In addition to the work of Milton Glaser, Carl Solway Gallery highlights recent quilts by Terrie Hancock Mangat, an internationally known textile artist currently living and working in Taos, New Mexico. Since the 1970s, she has been noted for pioneering and popularizing quilts incorporating mixed media embellishments. Born and raised in Cold Spring, Kentucky, she graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in art and lived in Cincinnati for a number of years. She cites many influences on her work including Kentucky's rich quiltmaking heritage and travels to Africa and the American Southwest, where she now resides. In 1994, she and her sister, Becky Hancock, founded St. Theresa's Textile Trove, originally located in Over-the-Rhine and now located in the Pendleton Art Center.

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Taos Mountain Fireworks, 2012
Cotton, silk, acrylic paint, pearls, rhinestones,
Bugle beads, hand stitching
91.25 x 89.5 inches
Orange Fireworks
Mixed media
21.25 x 19 inches
Silver Fireworks
Mixed media
12.75 x 12.5 inches
Framed: 18.75 x 18.5 inches
Dice Fireworks
Mixed media
12.5 x 13.5 inches
Framed: 18 x 18 inches
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Grossbeak Visits Rock Garden
Machine piecing, hand reverse appliqué,
hand embroidery, zipper embellishment, acrylic paint
23 x 22 inches
Scraps, Bugle Beads and Paint, 2012
Machine pieced fabric and embroidery
44.5 x 40 inches
Asian Influence Scrap Bag, 2012
Machine pieced fabric
55 x 51 inches
Tiger Chopsticks and Green Tape, 2012
Machine pieced fabric
60 x 57.5 inches